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will they drop? also tonight, terror suspects with major ties to al qaeda are finally on u.s. soil and facing prosecution. elaine quijano with that report. >> reporter: is it fair to say you felt as though they were asking you to be a participant in fraud? >> absolutely. >> axelrod: charges from a whistleblower. what's behind cass strosk breaks in water pipes across the country? sharyl attkisson investigates. and christian cheerleaders. will a judge allow them to root for their public high school football team in texas with verses from the bible? >> it does portray our freedom of speech, and that's always important because we need our rights. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. many americans saw gas prices go up a bit this week. californians saw them skyrocket. nationally, the average stand at $3.81 a gallon, up roughly $.supper 2, but in california prices exploded to a record high average of $4.61 a gallon, up d.n.a that's a $.47 in a week and makes it the most expensive gas in the country. as john blackstone reports, this c
is consumption in the u.s., is not where it was. what's replaced that is government stimuli around the world that has been effective in the main. the first chinese one was very effective. the situation in china right now, i would say, in the industrial b to b world, they're at, in my view, somewhere in the 2% range of growth. not 6%, not 7%. that's an industrial engine. thousands and thousands of small mediums are having trouble. our supply chains are weak. and, of course, the slow motion train wreck that is europe and if i could be optimistic there, let's say they're on the rails again. they just need people to drive the train. maybe i can finish my run around the world with the one optimistic place that we should be thinking very positive about, which is the united states. we have a strong hand right now. our political process is not allowing us to play it. capital is a coward. businesses hate uncertainty. we have uncertainty even in this country on things that matter. not the least of which being our phenomenal energy position, which i can talk about more, if you wish. maybe the u.s. can
in the u.s. come here in washington, d.c. wide? because they wanted to send a message. and for that matter, i hope that the united states of america, and whoever will be elected, will take a leadership decision, maybe it's not popular that it will be a moral decision to stop the nuclear race in iran today. and i don't know how many of you have followed the weekly reports, and what was written there, but something very interesting popped up from the report. when you go into look at the writing of the arab leaders, not israelis, not jewish, arab leaders in the middle east, they are afraid from iran becoming nuclear more than us. the people in saudi arabia, and egypt, jordan, so for that matter i think we will have to take action. and if the u.s. would decide to sit idly by and watch and to pray in order to take action, israel will have to do it by itself. it will not be easy. it will be harder. to deal with retaliation not only from iran. they will be nation's flying in from iran, from lebanon, hezbollah will join. hamas in gaza will send hundreds of missiles. but if we have to choose today
to switchers and routers that form the backbone of the global communications network. it's an industry the u.s. invented and once dominated, but no more. now, huawei is aggressively pursuing a foothold in the united states, hoping to build the next generation of digital networks here. it's prompted an outcry in washington and a year-long investigation by the house intelligence committee that has raised concerns about national security, chinese espionage, and huawei's murky connections to the chinese government. huawei's world headquarters is located on this sprawling google-esque campus in shenzhen, not far from hong kong. china's first international conglomerate is a private company, ostensibly owned by its 140,000 employees, but exactly how that works and other details of corporate governance are closely held secrets. what we do know is that huawei is now the world leader in designing and building fourth- generation communication networks, known as 4-g, the latest technology for moving high volumes of phone calls, data, and high definition video. its innovative low-cost systems have already
promising tough questions for the administration over allegations of lax security at the u.s. consulate leading town that assault. and darrell issa and david chapman sent a let secretary of state hillary clinton claiming that quote, multiple u.s. federal government officials confirmed to the committee that prior to september 11th attack, the u.s. mission in libya made repeated requests for increased security in benghazi. the mission in libya, however, was denied these resources by officials in washington. the fbi arrived in benghazi wednesday, three weeks after the attack, but spent only about 12 hours there. we're back with dan henninger, and also wall street board, matt comiskey and bret, foreign policy has said to be a big edge for president obama. is that edge eroding maust of libya and the middle east. >> i think it is eroding and time the president to get credit for policies that don't exist. >> there's focus on the kind of bureaucratic blunders made both prior didded especially prior to the attack and not sufficiently securing our diplomatic security there. >> it's an important i
the exact security details. for more on this, u.s. embassador john bolton, former embassador to the united nations and fox news contributor. >> good morning, eric. >> what did you expect the house subcommittee could learn? >> it's important to get the background to what was going on before the september 11 attack and to ask some pretty basic questions, like what intelligence about security in benghazi and tripoli for that matter was the state department seeking? what were they asking for? in other words, did she understand initially they had enough of a threat or faced enough of a threat that they needed intelligence. number two, given whatever they had, did the state department provide adequate security? it seems the answer to that question is clearly no. therefore, the committee has to ask why not. >> apparently there are at at least 13 events previous to this which are documented. what do they need to know? they're talking about unstable libya, islamist and al-qaeda influence to want to kill us. >> no, there are many, many questions that simply defy rational answers unless the administr
for the valerie plain unfair and again in the u.s. attorney scandal, said my 22 million e-mails were deleted and these are all government documents and they have never been found. so that was one thing he seems to have gotten away with. another thing was in 2004, smart tag played a central role in the presidential election. the secretary of each state, a part of their job is to oversee an impartial election. you may recall kathleen harris in florida was secretary of state of florida and she also haven't played a central role in the bush election and there is considerable controversy over that. well, a very similar thing happened in ohio in 2004, where ken blackwell was secretary of state. and again, he was supposed to oversee a fair and impartial election. but he happened to be cochaired the bush cheney reelection committee. he decided to tabulate the return for the 2004 election was secretary of state's computers weren't enough than they needed to get another set of computer service. so who did he go to both smart tack. smart tax roll raises an amount of very interesting questions. i went t
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, and online at c-span.org. >> sunday a debate in the u.s. senate between linda mcmahon, republican, and representative chris murphy, democrat. ú >> i will not raise taxes on middle income families. >> now he says five weeks before the election, his big, bold idea, is never mind. >> it's arithmetic. >> sunday watch the entire debate at noon eastern time, here on c-span. >> now a discussion of the changing international order and the president's role in leading foreign policy. this is about an hour and a half. >> i am david rothkopf. we have a terrific panel here. >> we are g going -- we are going to open with a quote, and then i will ask them a couple questions about related issues. following that, at the end of each one of these sort of 20 or 25-minute sks, i'm going to look to you for questions, so we can keep this as interactive as possible and have you as engaged in the discussion as possible. at the end, there will even be a little more time so that if we haven't covered something in the context, then you will be able to introduce that into the discussion, and we will wrap up
's longest war shook the foundations of u.s. society. he reached into nearly every american home your military thri service, participation and protest movement, and evenizens through television and everydayt citizens and their leaders debated the merits this far-off place in southeast asia. over 56,000 american lives werey lost.istory she nation was torn asunder. a no wonder it doesn't seemthe ncient history. this feeling that the vietnam war had just transpired is even more culpable. although my parents, who are here today, rarely talked about vietnam, my father was, would admonish me, focus, focus pi on the present and future homework done.ece i was able to piece together what happened in 1975. i will make this sound like myrh parents are typical workingtesn immigrants, but they will only a share their story with how we made it to the united states yea 1975 when i told them that ith, was for a class assignment. finl in one fell swoop, i got my le homework done and the history. e when i land, when i was five not months old, my family come andn you have to understand that family in t
debates. i personally admire their work. the u.s. is much more diverse than that. >> were you angry? were you hurt? >> we don't want to be invisible. we are not invisible. we are making sure that even with an accent that people hear what we're saying. yes, of course. >> we are mainstreaming. you try to separate us from ethnic media and mainstream media. we are mainstream media. we compete directly with abc, nbc and cbs. in many states we have higher ratings. the difference between us and them, it's under the same category, is the language. we transmit in a different language, however, now we're changing that. >> what do you mean? >> we're changing that now because now we have the joint venture with abc and we are going to be doing the same thing that we're doing but do it in english so we can make sure we have all the market. the special thing about that is it's not only for that sector of latinos who is more english dominant and prefers to speak english, but i think it actually contributes to the society and to democracy in this country so that everyone who speaks english in this country
substitutes from other parts of the u.s. when supply shortages drive prices higher and the so called middle man from oil to the pump. we don't have a lot of them and in california no new ones created in decades and still, national pump prices were higher than this time last year and the average price for a gallon of gas in the u.s. rose less than 1/2 a cent over the past two weeks and prices actually fell from 3 to 12 cents in most markets, except the west. for a while, you may need gold to buy gas in the golden state, but prices could level in other parts of the country. a lot of it depends on what happens not over here, but over there, with tension high in the middle east. oil prices could climb, along with the amount you need to fill your tank. harris, back to you. >> brenda, thank you very much. 23 million americans, you be employed or underemployed just friday, we got the new national jobless rate for september. and now, we'll get a closer look how some of you are feeling the strain a lot more than others, also, outrage, after this video surfaces of what appears to be a father and son
nonleafletten injuries. >>> u.s. park police officer shot at a car burglar who tried to run him down in the presidio in san francisco. the officer was patrolling a section of lincoln boulevard when he noticed the suspect breaking into a parked car around 6:30 last night. the unidentified officer tried to stop him but the suspect jumped in his own vehicle and tried to run over him. the officer fired several shots at the suspect. it's unclear if he was wounded. >> the suspect was able to get back to his vehicle and try to run over our officer with that vehicle. we take the safety of our officers and of the visitors very seriously. >> a part of lincoln boulevard was closed for hours overnight as investigators processed the crime scene. san francisco police have joined the national park service in searching for the car burglar. >>> a downtown protest ended with 22 people arrested just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon that group marched down market street when police arrived protestors threw flairs, bags of paint, and rocks at them. one officer was hit in the head but wasn't seriously hurt
americans are looking at our u.s. markets as being very, very cheap. so you look at a big chunk of those buyers in florida, for example, on foreign buyers. so many americans are taking advantage of these lower interest rates. also rental rates have gone up so much that the cost of ownership right now in many instances after taxes is less money than it costs to rent. the big challenge, though, is we're not getting enough people able to move up out of their existing houses. we're not getting enough people to relocate because they're stuck in their homes even though they're current on their mortgages, even though they qualify for their mortgages, the homes are worth so much less than their current mortgage amounts. they can't get out and they can't refinance. and so there's got to be a new policy that comes in to address that challenge. >> ali, could i mention something about housing for a second? i want to pat myself on the back for a minute here, because as you know, for the last year or two, i've been somewhat bullish on real estate and housing, and i think we are seeing, this gentleman
who escaped from the u.s. embassy during the iran hostage crisis in 1979. the cia operation to find and get them out of the country involved cia officer antonio mendez hosing as a hollywood producer scouting out locations or a fake science fiction movie titled "argo." this is about 30 minutes. >> if we could have everybody in the back come on up that's going to join us. thank you so much for your patience. the reports we were getting was that the traffic around the block was around as. apparently -- thank you. people are nodding, so that's good. thank you very much. there may be some people still held up and we will welcome them. welcome to the international spy museum. i'm peter earnest, executive director and i'll ask you as a courtesy, to those for recording the program and to the speakers, the kind enough to turn off your cell phones, pdas and so forth. that would be a big help. thank you. well, it's wonderful to see all of you here for the signing, and as we kick off the signing, i will show you a clip of the film based on the book for which you came to attempt the signing. so
the bombing of two u.s. embassies in 1998. >> reporter: entered no plea as he stood in front of the district court judge in new york city. he was dressed in a blue prison shirt revealing his amputated arms which are covered by prosthetic hooks. the terror suspect is charged with attempting to set up a training camp in oregon. >> would have trained al-qaida sympathizers here in the united states and have them trained in explosive training and soldier training. >> two other defendants entered not guilty pleas. one is charged with terrorism conspiracy in connection with the 1998 u.s. embassy bombings killing 224 people including a dozen americans. >> he received the statement of responsibility for the bombing three days before the bombing actually happened. >> this is the second time an egyptian born islamic preacher is brought to this court to answer charges. he was convicted here in 1995 for plotting to blowup the new york city bridges. >> but this case is the culmination of several years from getting extradited from the uk. the shoe bomber -- were followers. the five terror suspects were ext
at this hour, the u.s. embass neislamabad, pakistan, warning americans to stay away from government buildings and several major hotels, citing a general threat, an alert issued by the pakistani security officials n. venezuela, voters are going to the polls right now. at stake, social president's hugo chavez' 14-year control of power in that country. later on today in cape canaveral, 34 da, the first privately contracted supply mission to the international space station is scheduled to left off later on tonight. >> background, we found it on principle that all men are created equal. and that the rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened. >> jamie: well, that was president john f. kennedy, delivering his historic address in 1964. it was a speech that changed the national debate on civil rights. well, here we are with an election 30 days away. and the debates are in spule swing. a new book, presidential courage, three speeches that changed america, takes a look at the moments that have truly inspire period our nation. warren kozak is the author and he is here l
extradited to the u.s. on terror charges is set to be arraigned on tuesday. he faced a federal judge in new york yesterday for his first court appearance. he has only one eye and he wasn't allowed wear either of his prosthetic arms. al masri arrived here from london after a long legal battle. >>> to politics now, and big money. president obama's campaign says that they raised $181 million last month. that's easily the most for either candidate in any month in this election. the campaign says the average donation was just $53. what about mitt romney? well, his campaign hasn't released their september numbers yet, but they have said that the campaign has raised $12 million just since wednesday's debate. >>> there are just 30 days left until the election. that means every day and every event is even more critical. cnn political editor paul steinhouser tells us what's on tap for this week? >> hey, good morning, randi. >> foreign policies in the campaign -- when mitt romney gives what his campaign is billing a big speech which happens to be a crucial battleground state. we may hear romney critic
operations in the province saturday after a fire fight with insurgents. and brings the number of u.s. troops killed in afghanistan this year to nearly 260. two afghan police officers were killed in two separate bombings in other after began pro vipss. well, that partially blind egyptian extremists maybe his first appearance in u.s. sports, he did not enter a plea, and he's charged with taking 16 hostages in yemen and trying to set up a terrorist training camp in oregon and appeared in court without his prosthetic arm, claiming they were taken away on route to the u.s. and his lawyers asked that his hand be returned immediately. and four others with al mazry needed not guilty to the terror related charges. another scare in the air for american airlines. after a flight from dallas to orange county, california, apparently a problem with the wing flap which controls the speed of the plane. after nearly a week that american grounded dozens of planes because of loose seats that came loose in mid flight. a big celebration as the navy commissioned the newest war ship named after a fallen navy seal.
in the streets. >>> five terror suspects expedited to the u.s. appear in court. i'll have that story, coming up. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. erika derry: and the fact that cacalifornia isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation. one. you get all the why shopawesome brand names. and marshalls? two. you get them for less than department stores, and that's awesome. three. she'll think you look stylish and awesome. four. you'll actually be awesome, which is awesome. helps him depos
, we talk about the problems at the border, i was the director of the u.s. drug enforcement in mexico coe city, texas and arizona so i think i know where the border is and i have an interest in the problems that the border that comes in to maricopa county. we just arrested five more smugglers here. they are still coming in from the border. and we still have to do something about it. >> geraldo: the one beef i had with you, is that the impression is that arizona is like getting this tsunami of illegal immigrants and that it is causing all kind of property crime and crimes against people in arizona and look at the statistics and you guys are having another great year. way down over the last five years. everything almost cut in half. i think you are doing a hell of a job in terms of effective law enforcement. you never brag on it. seems ass if you think of arizona you think of this brown wave washing over the grand canyon state where i went to college? >> i'm not going brag about it. maybe i should start if i'm a good politician. i just do my job. let me say since i started the crime is
, used to be u.s. but i got away from it a bit. >> do you have any winners in there? >> a couple but that's it, old ones. but the -- i like -- i very much like films. i very much like seeing especially what can be done abroad in other countries, you know, as well as u.s. made films. so i enjoy that. i love classical music and i love listening to it and i love it playing in the background. i think -- not that i think mozart would want to be in the background music but he is sometimes when i'm reading. >> do you go to davies and the symphonies and that kind of thing? >> i do. and i'm going to the opera, actually mozart in a week or so. >> you're not a golfer? >> no. i didn't catch that gene from my dad who loved golf and i took -- i took two lessons and that was enough for me. i began to kid my dad, i would say, you know what golf spells backwards, flog. and somebody else called it the game that ruined a perfectly good walk. i admire golfers, i just don't envy them. >> you're from los angeles. >> yes, i am. >> are you a dodgers fan? >> not anymore. not anymore. i moved north and so did my a
to be in a crucial battleground state. we may hear romney criticize the president over last month's killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya. >> we face a time when there is item u tumult in the middle east and other parts of america and people are asking, where is the president? president obama is in another crucial swing state, ohio. both candidates will profile seizure gats this week. former president clinton teams up with mr. obama at a fundraiser tonight in california. two days later, clinton campaigns for the president in another battleground, nevada. >> mitt is up to the task. he's prepared. >> romney's wife ann goes in front of cameras wednesday morning when she's a special co-host on abc's "good morning, america." but the highlight of the week is this week's vice presidential debate. both are preparing for their own showdown which takes place thursday in danville, kentucky. >> i'm looking forward to it, i really am. the thing about congressman ryan is he's been straightfwoorward to now about all the significant changes he wants to make. we have a fundamentally different view on a whole range o
&a." >> tomorrow, republican presidential candidate mitt romney gives a speech on u.s. foreign policy at the virginia military institute. live coverage of his remarks begins at 11:20 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> one of the things i have heard from a number of companies and individuals i have met with is that the fcc has sometimes not acted with much alacrity with respect to issues that are pending before the commission or in delaying action on other issues. i wanted to think about different ways the commission could speed up its processes. second, i think that one of the key things that the commission can do and should do is enable more dynamic industry by giving more spectrum into the marketplace. there are a number of proposals on the table. finally, i tried to think of different ways that the fcc can remove barriers on infrastructure investment. for every billion dollars in the the private sector spence, about 15,000 new jobs can be created. from a regulatory perspective, our goal should be to remove the barriers to enable the private sector to take those risks and make those multibi
tonight in the u.s. after being extradited from england. one of the suspects is accused of conspiring to set up a terrorist training camp in oregon. the prosecutor calls the extradition a watershed moment in the fight against terrorism. more tonight. >> radical islamic creature entered no plea as he stood in front of the district court judge in new york city. he was dressed in a blue prison shirt revealing his amputated arms, which are usually covered by prosthetic hooks for hands. the terror suspect is charged with attempting to set up a terrorist training camp in oregon. >> the camp would have trained al-qaeda sympathizers here in the united states and have them trained in explosive training and frankly, soldier training. >> two other defendants entered not guilty pleas. one of them is charged with terrorism conspiracy in connection with a 1998 bombing, killing 224 people, including a dozen americans. >> he received the statement of responsibility for the bombing three days before the bombing actually happened. >> this is the second time a creature brought to this court to answ
korea has reached a deal with the u.s. to extend its missile range. it will now be able to fire missiles up to nearly 500 miles, a distance long enough to reach into north korea. the goal is to deter military traffic out of pyongyang. this is as a result of the test fire back in april. >>> a cleric is set to be arraigned on tuesday. he faced a federal charge in new york yesterday for his first court appearance. he has one eye and wasn't allowed to wear either of his prosthetic arms. he and four other suspects arrived from london early saturday after a legal battle. >>> three shells fired from syrian troops crossed into turkey yesterday. villagers could hear gunfire from their homes. turkish troops fired back. the u.s. security is concerned about the exchange of fire saying the conflict could broaden. >>> it is election day in venezuela. hugo chavez is hoping ho old onto his power but he's facing the strongest challenge from his oppo opposing candidate. >> reporter: he called an impromptu speech on the eve of sunday. he said our election will be transparent and fair. they say the result w
to shooting and killing a metro bus rider last year. the u.s. attorney's office said delron 567son of southeast and vincent gray pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. the authorities say 22-year-old demoteeous thompson was killed last october. the two men fought with the victim and boarded the bus around midnight. the prosecutors say atchinson shot thompson twice. the shooting was caught on security video. the two will be sentenced in december. >>> in tent's health alert, officials identified a third patient infected with fungal meningitis after receiving a steroids injection. it's killed seven people and sickened more than 60 people across nine states. health officials say the contaminated shots might have been delivered to as many as 23 states and they fear thousands more could have been exposed. >>> big changes in the forecast. gwinn has detail -- gwen has
. >>> developing news out of san francisco, where u.s. park police are linked to an officer- involved shooting. good evening, i'm ken pritchett in for ken wayne tonight. >> i'm heather holmes. >> we begin with that developing news in san francisco where we learned that u.s. park police fired earlier this morning at a suspect. ktvu's noelle walker is live near the scene to explain what led up to the shooting. >> reporter: heather we're on lincoln, which is closed to traffic. i'm going to step out of way so you can see the investigation goes on. i'm told lincoln will be closed for traffic for the next several hours while officers involved this officer-involved shooting. crime scene evidence markers mark the spot at very edge of the city where people come to take in the scenic views. police say money came to break into a car. >> one of our officers witnessed someone trying to break into a vehicle. when he approached that person, the suspect tried to run him over with a vehicle. >> reporter: that is when the u.s. park police officer fired his gun, several times, hitting the suspect vehicle. >>
-- that is a good point. if u.s. the republicans, they say that president obama will not work with them. what does it matter? theoretically, you do not need a majority anymore. it used to be that 51 seats controls the senate. no one does that anymore, you need 60 seats. we also saw in 2009, when they had 60 seats, they could still not get their act together on health care and things like that. before they turned around, scott brown won the massachusetts seat. to i expect anything to get done in the next cycle? no matter who is president? host: there is a very low approval rating of congress, a very high dissatisfaction level. what does that mean, from district to district? guest: perhaps one of the reasons that linda mcmahon is doing so well is because chris murphy is a part of that congress that gets like 12% approval ratings. that is enough for those people who give them that approval rating. it is unfortunate and ugly. our profession is in congress, getting things done to work for the people. a lot of voters are just tired of it. host: c-span will be airing a debate between those senate candida
in new york but to a good bit of the country. an arctic blast sweeping across much of the u.s. quickly wiped away the last remnants of summer. just yesterday there were 74 record low temperatures stretching from the northwest down to the southeast, from 37 degrees in st. louis, 31 in alabama and 5 below zero in northern wyoming. and tonight portions of the country are under frost and freeze advisories. an early start to the cold season in a year where extreme heat has dominated. >> temperatures that we're seeing now are a good 10 to 30 degrees below average. now we have a trough or dip in the jet stream that's been dipping down and all that cold brimming around the antarctic has been coming down to the low 48. >> temperatures brought snow. in the last week, the first snow of the season blanketed the region, coating areas of minnesota with more than a foot of snow. people bundled up, lining the route of the new york marathon, braving the elements. >> it's not too bad, but these 90-year-old legs are just a little chilly right now. >> fans also tried to brave the cold. >> it feels a littl
on a 2001 accord with the u.s. the new modified agreement allows seoul to more than double the range to counter what it considers to be a growing threat from the north. lawmakers on capitol hill who are still looking for answers about attacks on the u.s. embassy and consulate in libya that left four americans dead are taking action. the house oversight commission is launching a new investigation and demanding that top security officials appear. peter doocy has the latest. >> reporter: shannon, the hearing you are talking about, noon wednesday, is billed as a look into the security failures of benghazi. among the witnesses will be lieutenant colonel andrew wood, the head security official at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, the leader of a 16-man special forces security team, a team that was instructed to leave libya in august, weeks before the deadly september 11 raid that killed ambassador chris stichs, information specialist sean smith and glen dohertyy and tyrone woods. andrew wood is a green beret with the utah army national guard. he told cbs, it is unbelievable to him that the s
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